k. This is a digital TV only USB2 stick released specifically for the Hong Kong market. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I can't read Chinese characters unfortunately, but the Hauppauge device looks a LOT like a couple of Avermedia devices (makes sense I guess as the s/w is the same... :o) http://www.everbesthk.com/avermedia/volardmb.htm this contact form
Hauppauge recommends P4 2.5GHz, 1024MB RAM, and a video card with 256MB video memory for HDTV. However, the other 30%, I will turn on TotalMedia to watch TV and I will get absolutely no signal for all channels. About TV Tuner Driver/Utility: TV Tuner drivers act as a communication bridge between your TV tuner and your personal computer. With Arcsoft TotalMedia I get the recorded SDTV channels as MPEG-2 transport streams and the HDTV channels as MPEG-4 transport streams.
k. sub, I now have one of these sticks but there is no setting in BDA.ini so I am adding the same as above. sub2008-02-24, 05:51 PMI didnt realise they were using H.264 in that part of the world. Credit where credit's due; for one guy (with a wife and two kids), most problems are solved outrageously quickly.
So, I took it back to the store and told the details to the seller last night. How can I test if I have BDA drivers? So I asked them to try my stick. Cheers k.
The only way I've found is to restart the PC and pray the signal comes back which usually it does. Now that sounds cool. If you have a DMB-T provider, you may need to set it to that. sub2008-02-25, 02:05 AMThanks for the info.
All rights reserved. weblink GB-PVR specifically setup stuff to work with the Cyberlink H.264 decoder. Logs attached. I think (unforunately) I am just to the East of the light blue banana-shaped area ...
I have provided the logs and screenshot to one SDTV channel and one HDTV channel. The only way I've found is to restart the PC and pray the signal comes back which usually it does. sub2008-07-12, 06:21 PMSub, should scan just work or do we need to add these?It depends if those frequencies are in those scanned or not. http://tuiconverter.com/hauppauge-wintv/hauppauge-wintv-go-drivers.php I've been using it for a few years; it'll change the way you handle/record/watch TV.
I'm downloading it now to see what it is exactly. Does it do the same thing in GB-PVR? When I select Direct Recording plugin my device is not listed in the capture devices list.
Unfortunately there is a problem though. Sometimes, I'll say around 70% of the time, the DMB-T works fine. Even though other OSes might be compatible as well, we do not recommend applying this release on platforms other than the ones specified. whurlston2008-02-25, 06:39 AMMy mistake.
It's a really great application roadster and this is a great forum. Sage doesn't support DMB-T either, but I believe they emulate DVB-T as a few ppl have mentioned. I am using Windows Vista Home Premium 32-bit. his comment is here If it's not there, send a PM to the user account 'sub' and he'll help you out.
Credit where credit's due; for one guy (with a wife and two kids), most problems are solved outrageously quickly. ASUS P5K-PRO Q9300 2.5GHz | Win10x64 | 6GB RAM | NVIDIA GEforce 210 | 1 x WinTV DMB-TH | Various HD's | AC68U | USB-UIRT | PCH-A110 | Hauppauge Colossus | So I searched out from google and found that if there any people have the same situation as me. I did eventually locate that wikipedia page but I thought there may have been some odd "offset frequencies" for various areas like there were when I was setting up the frequencies
So the graphics card is not capable of using Cyberlink's decoder (X1300 or better required).